It seems as if video profile pieces are surfacing more these days as many party photographers are stepping up their game and moving on to videography. I’m happy to say that I’ve seen a fair amount of great work recently, as evident in this ‘Day In The Life’ piece from Pulse Recordings on rising Nu Disco duo, Oliver. Vaughn Oliver and Oliver Goldstein have been all over the map recently, including Dance Right here in LA a few weeks back and most recently the RedEye event at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco last Saturday. The guys seem to be making some time for the studio as well, which you’ll see in the video above…
TOMORROW, THURSDAY OCT 20th. We welcome to Santa Barbara one of the biggest Dubstep DJ’s in the entire world– DATSIK (Rottun Records, Canada). He’ll be bringing the infamous chaos to all of you bass heads, and not only that, we’ll have the legendary Funktion-One sound system (speakers you see in Space Ibiza and Avalon Hollywood), and extra lighting and lasers that are going to give you a full on sensory-overload. This is DATSIK‘s only Southern California date on this fall tour and he’s debuting his brand-new LIVE set, so you do NOT want to miss this. Pre-sales are going fast (400+ tickets already sold), grab yours and join the party this Thursday!
Attention GDD Colorado massive!!! After the sell-out Steve Aoki show in Boulder we’ve teamed up alongside RedEye Presents and Got Bass to bring back to back nights to Colorado with two of the fastest rising stars in dubstep and heavy bass: Calvertronand Figure on Wednesday, May 4th in Fort Collins and Thursday, May 5th in Denver. Calvertron has reinvented himself from his fidget house days by taking on an entirely new sound. Dubstep, drum n bass, and wonky basslines fuse to dominate the Beatport charts and leave fans screaming for more. Figure on the other hand has cemented himself as one of the leaders in the drumstep and heavy bass scene, churning out new releases every few weeks that have earned the raving support from heavy hitters on all sides with Skrillex, Datsik, Diplo, and Reid Speed rinsing his tunes in their sets over the past few months.
(If you needed any more proof these guys are smashing the game, take a look at Beatport right now and you’ll see Figure has the #1, #3, and #5 spot in the drum n bass charts while Calvertron has the #2, #4, #7 spots in the Dubstep charts. Not too shabby. For any basshead, these are not shows to be missed.)